Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, recently hosted a technology day event on November 24 in Jamshedpur. The event witnessed participation from 140 attendees from Tata Group. This event serves as a showcase for Delta’s vision, which encourages partnerships to tackle some of the most critical problems facing the planet and enables everyone to effect positive change. Sustainability is at the centre of everything Delta does. It was an occasion for celebrating accomplishments, fostering relationships, and planning for a sustainable future.
Tata Steel is committed to reducing its emissions, with the ambition of achieving CO2 neutral steelmaking. In order to accomplish this, Tata Steel is engaged in a significant number of projects to reduce CO2 emissions.
Further, “To provide innovative, clean, and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow” has been Delta’s corporate mission for the past 50 years. Delta has a long history of meeting such challenges, and we believe passionately in steel’s vital role in society’s low-carbon future. Hence, to aid the Tata Group in its sustainability journey, Delta Electronics Technology Day event was held to provide a collaborative platform for Tata Group, while also showcasing the latest technological trends in the industry to better prepare for holistic, sustainable growth.
Senior management from both Delta and Tata group graced the occasion with their presence. Commenting on the event, Niranjan Nayak, MD, Delta Electronics India, said, “We are all on the same mission to accelerate the path to net zero. I have no doubt that this is the start of a successful collaboration that aids our Indian partners in modernising their industries and advancing sustainability. We aspire to continue offering our customers and business partners top-notch sustainable products and services.”.
Commenting on the event Sanjeev Srivastava, Global Account Director, Delta Electronics India, said, “We are pleased to be working in collaboration with Tata Steel to deliver green solutions and other engineering services. With a shared focus on value creation and sustainability, this event is the foundation for a strong association and complements our efforts to diversify our services and accelerate our growth across commodities and geographies.”
Commenting on the event, Manish K Singh, General Manager, Design & Engineering, Tata Steel said, “Collaboration and idea exchange are key to exploring diverse ideas that lead to innovation. Tata Steel, with its deep domain and technology know- how, is committed to accelerating digital transformation across industries by making it easier to implement and scale up. We hope to provide sustainable products in the future through our relationship with Delta.”